From the limestone cliffs above Railay-Tonsai Beach to the Lopburi loop in the heart of the country, enjoy excellent climbing and even better views in this tropical paradise!
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Any trip to Thailand is sure to start with a flight into the international airport outside of Bangkok (BKK). From here domestic flights may be taken to the south and center of the country, where most of the rock climbing may be found. Buses are also an option from the capital.
The most popular rock climbing spots among foreign climbers here are Railay, Tonsai in Krabi. However, expand your horizons and try out any of Koh Phi Phi, Ao Nang, Koh Lao Liang, or even the Crazy Horse. These options are likely to be less crowded and give you a more authentic experience of Southeast Asian climbing culture.
Winters in Thailand, which is located just above the equator, are cool in comparison to the summers and also, crucially for climbers, much drier. Average daily temperatures during the summer are around the mid to upper-20s.
This depends on how much time you have and what you would like to do. Most guides offer single and half-day excursions, but there are options for longer, 4-day trips as well. Overall, a week should be plenty of time to sample a diverse array of climbing available here.
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